Turn Key Remodel

Turn Key Remodel is a full service contractor specializing in design-build projects including, but not limited to room additions, kitchen and bath remodels, backyard remodels, custom cabinets, counter... Show more

Turn Key Remodel is a full service contractor specializing in design-build projects including, but not limited to room additions, kitchen and bath remodels, backyard remodels, custom cabinets, counter top fabrication and bath surfaces manufacturing for wall panels, shower pans, counter tops and sinks with cultured marble. Hide

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Beverly M.

Review of System Pavers by

· Riverside

System Pavers has added significant beauty and value to my 124 year old home while preserving the victorian architecture. I was very impressed with how System Pavers contacted me prior to starting the job to let me know what to expect and the names and phone numbers of the individuals overseeing my... more

Kenneth B.

Review of Reborn Cabinets, Inc. by

· Yorba Linda

They're very timely, when they say they will come they always do. They were easy to get ahold of. Except for a few mis-measurements, everything seemed to be well organized.

YOUNG K.

Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by

· LAGUNA WOODS

We were referred to Precision as a result of our purchasing the countertops fro Home Depot. They were cooperative and willing to work with us on the schedule. They also invited us to visit the material supplier in Anaheim to look at a full slab rather than just the small sample.

Sylvia B.

Review of Moon Valley Nurseries by

· San Clemente

You can expect excellent customer service and professionalism with this company. You can do business the old fashioned way too--with a hand shake!!

We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
I don't recommend painting Thremafoil.  You should just consider change out the doors and drawer fronts.
With solar panels installed, is it true that you can eliminate the need for power from your local power company?

Robert Shaw of Solare Energy PRO answered:

Jan 20, 2015
John, There are options available to go solar and be completely independent of you local utility provider. However, this type of set-up (solar+storage) is much more costly than the traditional "grid-t ... read more

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